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Biosystems and Biorobotics
Prior work has shown that independent motor memories of opposing dynamics can be learned when the movements are preceded by unique lead-in movements, each associated with a different direction of dynamics. Here we examine generalization effects using visual lead-in movements. Specifically, we test how variations in lead-in kinematics, in terms of duration, speed and distance, effect the expression of the learned motor memory. We show that the motor system is more strongly affected by changes indoi:10.1007/978-3-030-01845-0_206 fatcat:azxtllsfrvg2tpguux7h26v4wa